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No Audio After New Installation


JeanG
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The program is installed and seemingly working perfectly, except there is no sound when in try to playback or copy to another folder. I am using a casssette player with a built-in usb port. Note that i did get (lousy) audio before I disabled the mic. the capture from is the usb port realtech.

I am not tech-savy and not sure what to try next.

Thanks, JeanG

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still experimenting. discovered that when the usb-port cable from the cassette deck is plugged into the computer-no music anywhere(Roxio, I-tunes, windows media). unplug and music flows. But there is a consistent sound no matter what tape and remains after clean-up. I am using the cassette-supplied cable (which is nice and long) but must I switch to yours (inconveniently short)? which makes no real sense to me. Let the good times roll, aargh

Thanks JeanG

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...I am using the cassette-supplied cable (which is nice and long) but must I switch to yours (inconveniently short)? which makes no real sense to me...

Thanks JeanG

 

That statement makes no sense to me :wacko: Do you mean you use a long RCA cable to the device then a short USB cable from there to your PC?

 

Try a completely different Source, a phone or mp3 player ANYTHING else that you can hook up to the Roxio USB Capture Device.

 

Curious, it this the Roxio Easy LP to MP3 product???

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still experimenting. discovered that when the usb-port cable from the cassette deck is plugged into the computer-no music anywhere(Roxio, I-tunes, windows media). unplug and music flows. But there is a consistent sound no matter what tape and remains after clean-up. I am using the cassette-supplied cable (which is nice and long) but must I switch to yours (inconveniently short)? which makes no real sense to me. Let the good times roll, aargh

Thanks JeanG

What is the make/model of your cassette player?

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Hi Long delay to get to this post and will be out of town for a few days. The cassette deck is a recently purchased Pyle double deck with usb port.

The recording went much better when I switched the hook-up to using the cable supplied with the software Easy VHS to DVD Plus instead of the cable that came with the deck. Go figure..

Now my problem is too low a volume with some recordings but I will work on that. Hopefully soon before the 14 day tech support is over.

Thank you for your help.

Jean

 

 

 

 

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Doing a quick search, I'd hazard a guess it might be the PT-659du.

 

As for his volume issue, looking at the reviews on Amazon, apparently there's a gain knob on the back of the cassette deck, which may do what he wants.

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